A new poll indicates that President Joe Biden is losing ground to former President Donald Trump in Michigan, as well as to former South Carolina governor and UN Ambassador Nikki Haley.
The poll suggests that Biden’s age and perceived poor handling of the economy are driving voters to other candidates.
According to Newsmax, “Biden pulled just 36% support against Haley and an even great percentage of likely voters were undecided (17%).
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Adding, “Meanwhile, 37% of likely Michigan voters had not heard of Haley before, potentially showing her support might amount to merely voting against Biden.”
“Democrats ought to be aware there is a growing possibility that Donald Trump may become president again,” revealed EPIC-MRA pollster Bernie Porn.
“I think it’s his age and comparative perceptions of him versus Trump,” said Porn.
“People are dismissing the Bidenomics approach — they’re not impressed with that messaging,” highlighted the researcher.
Additionally, a LendingClub report found that many Americans are living paycheck to paycheck and are stressed about finances.
LendingClub’s Alia Dudum said, “While consumers have found a way to manage through inflation, it’s concerning that many plan to tap into savings, and even exceed their budgets, to finance their holiday purchases, which may leave them vulnerable to an unexpected emergency.”
There are concerns about holiday spending, with many planning to take on debt and dip into savings.
Confidence in the president’s ability to handle the economy is low in key swing states.